Why it’s OK for doctors to ask their patients about voting
It is legally and ethically permissible to help patients register to vote and urge them to do so. Learn more with the AMA.
Joint demo brings together best of 2 health care code sets
The project involving AMA’s CPT codes and SNOMED CT will show the power of what these two terminology sets can accomplish when used together.
Accelerating Change in Medical Education
Health systems science proving vital during pandemic response
A new textbook chapter offers insight on the ways health systems science—the third pillar of medical education—can be applied to fight a pandemic.
Patient Support & Advocacy
State blueprint helps uncover social factors affecting health
Learn why the North Carolina Medicaid program’s approach could be a game-changer on social determinants of health.
What is meant by population health—and why it matters
In both training and in practice, focusing on health outcomes for patient populations is becoming a larger emphasis.
How your private practice can target population health
A systematic focus on treating patients with chronic conditions will position practices to deliver better care and keep pace with a new payment model.
5 changes your patients can make to improve BP control
High blood pressure can lead to more serious health conditions. Here are five changes your patients can make to improve their blood pressure.
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